15.3. Replication Scenarios
15.3.1. Single-Master Replication
Figure 15.1. Single-Master Replication
ou=people,dc=example,dc=comsuffix receives a large number of search requests. Therefore, to distribute the load, this tree, which is mastered on Server A, is replicated to two read-only replicas located on Server B and Server C.
15.3.2. Multi-Master Replication
Figure 15.2. Multi-Master Replication (Two Masters)
Figure 15.3. Multi-Master Replication (Four Masters)
- Automatic write failover when one supplier is inaccessible.
- Updates are made on a local supplier in a geographically distributed environment.
- The speed of the network.
- The number of outgoing and incoming replication agreements. Set up maximum 8 outbound and 4 inbound replication agreements for best performance.
15.3.3. Cascading Replication
Figure 15.4. Cascading Replication